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Arizona / Arias Murder Trial #1047102

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 25, 2013
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(Studio: Joe Johns) Report introduced.

(Phoenix: Ted Rowlands) The fate of Jodi Arias after the jury deadlocked in the death penalty phase of her murder trial examined; courtroom scenes shown; details given about the county’s options. [Jury FOREMAN – says he is sure she was mentally and verbally abused.] [Arizona attorney Dwane CATES†- says the new jury won’t have nearly the information the old jury did.] [Victim’s sister Samantha ALEXANDER†- says our lives will never be the same.] [Victim’s friend Aaron DEWEY†- says he would rather have a life sentence than no sentence at all.]

(Studio: Joe Johns) Live in-studio discussion held with attorney Holly Hughes† about the Arias case. [HUGHES – explains the problem with Arias getting a plea deal; comments on the unusual process for retrying the penalty phase in Arizona; talks about a possible change of venue.]

Reporter(s):
Johns, Joe;
Rowlands, Ted
Duration:
00:05:20

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